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Developer: Ubisoft Paris
Publisher: Ubisoft
Series: Ghost Recon
Engine: YETI engine
Play Station Portable(PSP)Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii, DS
Release date Q3 2010
Genre: Tactical shooter
Mode: Single-player, Multiplayer
Rating: OFLC: MA 15+

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier (previously known as Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon 4) is a video game published by Ubisoft and due for release in 2010. Excluding expansions, it is the fifth installment in the Ghost Recon series, and was announced to be in development by Ubisoft on January 22, 2009. The game will be a futuristic take on the Ghost Recon series.

Initially, the title was revealed to be Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Predator by an OFLC release. However in December 2009, "Ghost Recon: Future Soldier" was trademarked by Ubisoft, raising speculation that this could be the name for the upcoming Ghost Recon 4. This was subsequently confirmed by an official announcement.

While the release of Future Soldier was targeted for the 2009-2010 fiscal year,Ubisoft later announced that the release date would be pushed back until the 2010-2011 fiscal year to "strengthen" its video game line-up.

The story has yet to be revealed, but it is known from a live action trailer that a major part of the game will take place in Russia and Norway against a fictional ultranationalist force.

The teaser trailer shows possible new elements to gameplay, including invisibility, miniature combat drones used by both Ghost Recon and enemy forces, and what appears to be shoulder-mounted rocket launchers on the Ghost's armor. All owners of Splinter Cell: Conviction will have access to a multiplayer beta of the game in fall 2010.


Release Date: June 1, 2010

MSRP: $39.99
Exclusively on: PlayStation Portable
Genre: Sports
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment
Developer: Clap Hanz
Local Play: 4 Versus

Clap Hanz, creators of the critically acclaimed Hot Shots Golf series, serves yet another exciting addition to one of the most beloved gaming franchises in the industry with the Hot Shots Tennis for PSP. Complete with Hot Shots' signature over-the-top visuals and pick-up-and-play fun, franchise fans will now be able to take the action on the go with new characters, exotic court locations, and fun-filled game modes.

Incorporating gameplay balanced with fast-paced tennis action and strategy, players can not only engage in single-player modes to soar through the ranks, but take part in challenge modes and match-up play against friends. Mirroring the fun from Hot Shots Golf, players will also be able to customize and power-up their characters with unlockable collectibles available throughout the game.

Multiplayer Functions:
Single Cartridge Multiplayer
Multi Cartridge Multiplayer

Support functions:
Memory Card

Multiple Characters to Choose -- In true Hot Shots fashion, players can choose from a cast of wacky characters, all with distinct personalities and tennis skills.

Spectacular Court Locations -- Play on courts in various exotic locations around the world.
Fun Unlockable Items -- Customize and power-up each player with a plethora of wacky collectibles unlocked throughout each game mode.

Two-Player or Four-Player Doubles Matches -- Players can compete head-to-head in a quick match against the computer or a friend, or engage in a doubles session (4 players) where fun and style go hand-in-hand with match strategy.

Signature Hot Shots Look and Feel -- From the zany character behaviors and designs to the colorful locales, dramatic camera angles, and realistic physics, Hot Shots Tennis delivers tennis action that fans of the franchise have come to expect.


Trailer (Japanese):


It Looks Fantastic :)

Konami are pulling out all the stops for the release of MGS: Peace Walker in North America. When the game launches on June 8th there will be not one, but two limited edition bundles featuring special hardware, a UMD copy of the game and other goodies. The first one will be widely available, and features a special edition green PSP.

But for REAL fans of the series, nothing will compare to the 'Big Boss' limited edition bundle, available in fewer numbers at select GameStop locations around Canada and the USA. The real attraction of this offer is the special camouflage colored PSP system, which nicely complements the Central American theme of the game. And hey, if you actually decide to play the game in a forest, you'll be less visible to potential predators. The 4GB memory stick and carrying case don't hurt, either. The whole thing is on sale for $199 USD, but they are expected to be in short supply, so you need to preorder at GameStop if your fanboy heart desires one.

The limited-edition "Big Boss" Pack will include the following:

• Camouflage PSP-3000 system
• MGS: Peace Walker game on UMD
• Voucher for in-game content unlockable early on in the game
• PlayStation Network downloadable movie voucher -- title to be announced
• 4GB Memory Stick PRO Duo
• Premium carrying case

METAL GEAR SOLID: PEACE WALKER is amongst the first of several premiere PSP titles from both first and third-party publishers coming in 2010. Don't forget -- make sure you mark your calendars for June 8, when the stand alone METAL GEAR SOLID: PEACE WALKER game on UMD, METAL GEAR SOLID: PEACE WALKER PSP Entertainment Pack and "Big Boss" Pack will each be available.


Shepherd's Crossing PSP

Posted by angelvhin On 7:19 AM 0 comments

Genre: RPG
Publisher: Graffiti Entertainment
Developer: Success
Release Date: April 20, 2010
MSRP: $29.99
Also on: PS2

The success of Natsume's Harvest Moon series is, at first glance, maybe a little confounding. You have to actually play the games to get the appeal, because "creating your own little farm from scratch" tends to conjure up images of virtual chores. In truth, the games are appealing because they're actually quite a bit of fun and, like most strategy games, have you juggling multiple things at once. Japanese developer Success is apparently trying to ride the wave of Harvest Moon by crafting its own take on farming, but in our first few hours with the game it seems like it might not be channeling the right parts of the games to make this an enjoyable little time sink.

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About the game:

You've traveled the world and seen all there is to see, but a charming mountain town and a girl named Claire have finally convinced you to settle down. An abandoned farmhouse becomes your new home, and the fields your new responsibility. Plant crops in the spring and reap the rewards before winter comes and covers the land in snow. Trade crops for animals, raise and breed them, and use their unique abilities to hunt wild animals and defend your farm.

In Shepherd's Crossing for the PSP, it's up to you to run your own farm and make it thrive. The game is all about the sheep. In fact, the main source of income is based on high-quality wool products. Turn your small, empty farm into a successful sheep colony in order to complete the game's main story, but the game doesn't end there. After the story you can continue to build, customize and grow your farm!

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Snake and friends will be able to go Monster Hunting in Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker when the PSP game hits.

Kotaku Japan was on hand at last night's official press conference for the game and shot this video showing a team of snakes taking on all sorts of Capcom monsters.

These hunting sections, which appear to be separate from the narrative of the main sneak and kill game, can be played solo or cooperatively. The video shows Monster Hunter mainstay Felyne prancing about at some point in the game and it appears you can do other Monster Hunter-esque things like cook your kills and even use some of the weapons from the Capcom game.

Hideo Kojima has said that it makes sense for Snake to be hunting dinosaurs because the game takes place in Costa Rica. And everyone knows that Costa Rica is jam-packed with ancient monsters, just go watch Jurassic Park.

In the past Solid Snake has appeared in Nintendo's Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Sony's Ape Escape characters appeared in Metal Gear Solid 3, and Capcom and Konami have collaborated before with Boktai 2: Solar Boy Django, which can be linked up with a Mega Man Battle Network 5 on the Game Boy Advance. It's cross-over fever!